Primary ciliary dyskinesia in adults with bronchiectasis: Data from the Embarc registry

A. Shoemark (Dundee, United Kingdom), E. Polverino (Barcelona, Spain), F. Blasi (Milan, Italy), F. Ringshausen (Hannover, Germany), A. De Soyza (- Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom), M. Vendrell (Girona, Spain), P. Goeminne ( Sint Niklaas, Belgium), W. Boersma ( Alkmaar, Netherlands), C. Haworth ( Cambridge, United Kingdom), M. Murris ( Toulouse, France), K. Dimakou (Athens, Greece), A. Hill (Edinburgh, United Kingdom), M. Loebinger (London, United Kingdom), R. Menéndez (Valencia, Spain), A. Torres (Barcelona, Spain), T. Welte (Hannover, Germany), R. Wilson (London, United Kingdom), S. Elborn (London, United Kingdom), S. Alberti (Milan, Italy), J. Chalmers (Dundee, United Kingdom)

Source: International Congress 2018 – The global impact of bronchiectasis and nontuberculous mycobacteria (NTM)
Session: The global impact of bronchiectasis and nontuberculous mycobacteria (NTM)
Session type: Poster Discussion
Number: 359
Disease area: Respiratory infections

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A. Shoemark (Dundee, United Kingdom), E. Polverino (Barcelona, Spain), F. Blasi (Milan, Italy), F. Ringshausen (Hannover, Germany), A. De Soyza (- Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom), M. Vendrell (Girona, Spain), P. Goeminne ( Sint Niklaas, Belgium), W. Boersma ( Alkmaar, Netherlands), C. Haworth ( Cambridge, United Kingdom), M. Murris ( Toulouse, France), K. Dimakou (Athens, Greece), A. Hill (Edinburgh, United Kingdom), M. Loebinger (London, United Kingdom), R. Menéndez (Valencia, Spain), A. Torres (Barcelona, Spain), T. Welte (Hannover, Germany), R. Wilson (London, United Kingdom), S. Elborn (London, United Kingdom), S. Alberti (Milan, Italy), J. Chalmers (Dundee, United Kingdom). Primary ciliary dyskinesia in adults with bronchiectasis: Data from the Embarc registry. 359

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